A Clark County program that waives development fees on nonhousing projects could be expanded to businesses that are not compliant with permitting regulations, despite vocal objections of one county commissioner.
Voters approved two Washougal School District levies, one to pay for new technologies and the other to pay for school maintenance and operations, according to preliminary results for today's special election.
The Clark County commissioners Tuesday extended a temporary moratorium on marijuana-related businesses until later this spring, a move intended to give the county more time to draft a long-term zoning ordinance regulating the growing, processing and selling of pot.
Clark County sheriff: Chuck Atkins will make a campaign stop from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Dirty Hands Brewing, 114 E. Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver. The public is asked to stop by and make a contribution to Atkins' campaign while having a beer. The event will be hosted by Ken and Amy Warnes.
The elimination of traffic impact and permit fees on nonresidential development will prove difficult to overcome for Clark County in 2014, according to projections from the county's community development department.